Conestoga public relations and graphic design students helped solve communication challenges during this year’s Creative Day for Social Change.
The experience of a Fanshawe College student late last month illustrates the dangers women, on or near post-secondary campuses, face on a regular basis.
Paisley, a seven-year-old pomchi from the Cambridge area, was scooped up by a hawk and later found many kilometres from home, slightly sore but otherwise OK.
Researchers found that people who sleep more than the recommended seven or eight hours a night may also become cognitively impaired.
Pfizer Canada says that, in rare instances, the carrier tubes for the devices may have been improperly assembled. As a result, the EpiPen might get stuck inside.
Within two weeks, the vaccine against this winter’s influenza strains will arrive — and injections will be available on Conestoga’s Doon campus.
A Conestoga culinary crew whipped up a mountain of flapjacks for the annual Oktoberfest breakfast, with the aim of helping the Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
As play gets underway in Seoul, esports fans around the globe are already anticipating the LoL championship final, to take place in Incheon, South Korea, with a local viewing party at the University of Waterloo on Nov. 3.
Donna Strickland, associate professor at the University of Waterloo, became only the third woman in history to receive the Nobel Prize in the field of physics.
By Karina Kajishima, Spoke News Checking the phone before going to bed and right after waking up is a common routine for most of the young people nowadays. However, this habit can be a dangerous one to have and sometimes leads to serious mental health issues. A study conducted by the Royal Society for Public Health and the Young Health Movement showed that “social media was worsening bullying, body image … Continued
By Clara Montgomery, Spoke News Again this year, Indigenous communities welcomed non-Indigenous people to wear orange on Sept. 30. Orange Shirt Day falls annually on this day and commemorates what happened to Indigenous students at residential schools. “The legacy that residential schools left is pretty big. There’s intergenerational trauma,” said Raven Morand, a Conestoga College student who is Ojibwa. “You’ll have generations of people’s kids and their grandkids suffering because … Continued
By Terry Foster, Spoke News Transportation giant Uber is set to open a new $200-million engineering and research facility in Toronto, as well as expand its Toronto-based Advanced Technologies Group Research & Development Centre (ATG). Uber’s CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, announced the plans for the ATG expansion and new engineering hub at a press conference earlier this month. The ATG facility has been working on Uber’s autonomous car technologies since May … Continued
By Saifullah Muhammad, Spoke News Two candidates hoping to represent Ward 10 on Kitchener city council attended a debate hosted by The Working Center on Sept. 20. The debate was organized to help the public get to know the policies of their candidates and their views on major issues for change. The two candidates — Sarah Marsh and Peter Meier —gave their pitches on how to have a better municipal … Continued
By Saifullah Muhammad, Spoke News Conestoga College’s soccer Condors are still hopeful to come back despite losing their two previous home games of the season in the Ontario college men’s soccer league last week. “I am still happy and confident to shine despite suffering back-to-back defeats. This was really unfortunate for the last two games,” said Reza Ullah after the match against the Cambrian soccer team on Saturday at Condor … Continued